Some men wake up early in the morning in more ways than one, Athens Escorts knows it and we know this, with the morning turning out to be the peak time for male libido and sensitive areas.
Men often want to have sex first thing in the morning , especially if they wake up aroused and say that the best time for … booty is 7.30 am, according to a survey by IllicitEncounters.com .
Meanwhile, most women crave sex shortly before bedtime, indicating the peak time for female passion at 10pm as they prepare for bed.
This fourteen-and-a-half hour difference may not cause difficulties in planning for sex in same-sex couples, but it can create serious tensions in heterosexual partners, with 64% of women and 38% of men saying that sometimes their partner has sex when he does not want to.
The survey of 2,000 people, evenly distributed between the sexes, found that more than half of women (53%) and a similar number of men (51%) said that their (sexual desire) time was different from that of their partner. .
Two-thirds of men (64%) said they wanted more sex than their partner – twice as many women (32%) who said the same.
In addition, these unmatched sexual desires have created relationship problems for 38% of men and 34% of women. This is more than a third.
But Jessica Leoni, a sex and relationship specialist , says there is a way to deal with sex watch issues.
Our partner wakes up excited and is always willing, while we are not a “morning guy” and we are worried about being late for work.
“It’s a common scenario but not insurmountable and, like most sexual issues, can be overcome with good communication and a little compromise,” Jessica Leoni told us .
Let’s change our bedtime or routine
Let’s try to go to bed earlier and maybe give ourselves more time for intimacy in the mornings, suggests Leoni, or maybe give an evening appointment if we stay (more) awake.
“Let’s talk to our partner and plan sex when we feel in the mood. “Many couples are terrified of the idea of planning sex, but what we do is prioritize our relationship and make sure we have enough time to enjoy it to the fullest.”
“If we both plan our sex time, we’re both going to put in a lot of effort – maybe cooking a meal together in advance or taking an iced Proseko to get in the mood. What do we not like about it? ”
Let’s communicate and compromise
“Compromise is always important, so why not switch (preferred hours) to start sex? “Let’s also set a time frame, maybe at least once a week.”
“If our schedules are completely different and this affects our sex life, then let’s find ways to better match them.
Let’s discuss things and make sure that there are many “windows” in a week, when, if we both feel it, there is an opportunity to enjoy sex. “Let ‘s remove obstacles, such as the abominations of the dawn, by adapting your routines slightly.”
Let’s become familiar in different ways
Leoni also suggests looking at the reasons why our libido may not work at certain times – is it clearly a matter of timing, a more fundamental issue about our partner’s lack of desire, or is it just a morning / evening excuse? to avoid intimacy?
“Quality intimacy requires effort,” he says. “Not just through sex planning, but working to enjoy intimacy outside the bedroom.
Things like kissing that does not lead to sex and hugs, caressing and touching that do not involve any expectations. “If we are really ‘touching’ as a couple, the sex will take care of itself and the mismatched times will not be a problem.”